Tuesday, February 24, 2009

OSCAR fashion review.

Yes, of course I watched. I don't live in a bubble! (Thank you DVR, it lets me skip all the boring stuff and get to goodies, and freeze frame, and replay... ahh technology!!! I just wish they made the buttons on the remote bigger. Who has paws that small?)

2leggeds and their fashions are amusing, amazing, interesting and admirable.

My pick for amusing: Ms. Tomei. I love her but... all dem pleats! Who played origami with her pretty dress? I want to chew on it. I can't help it, I do. Chewy chewy chewy. Think of all those corners as pillow corners! Oh yum.

Ok contrast that dress with the one worn by Taraji P. Henson. For my gusto, pleats done right. BUT... I still want to chew it.

Amazing? There were dresses that made me wish I had two legs! Viola Davis, Anne Hathaway [but her dress looked itchy] Ms Streep, Tina Fey and Natalie Portman.

Interesting... That cut up dress. The red one. Heidi somebody. Heidi Klum.
It looked like her dress came pre-chewed. Compare that to Virginia Madsen, Now that's the way to do red!
Shout to Ms Klum. EDIT your sparkles. Too much jewelry is not an option, ever. Don't you read my blog?
Obviously you should!

The admirable. Mickey Rourke. Loki girl, you were all over him. What better way to remember you on this night.

PS. he was robbed.

IF I had been invited to attend the Oscars, I would have worn my tiara, something simple, elegant, pink and stretchy. Comfort would have been a prime issue. I hear they serve great food at the post Oscar party and this 4legged would have partieeed. Stretchy and comfortable hides a full tummy.
Hey I would have starved for at least 2 weeks to look thin enough!!!! Nahh, I would have sucked in my cheeks , maybe, and pretended to have starved.

Just my 12 cents worth

1 comment:

Honeygo Beasley said...

12 cents - more than a million bucks! Thanks for filling us in on the 4-legged view of it all. Love your commentary! And why didn't we tape it??? We watched it all second-hand in the news and on the entertainment TV shows. Oh, well! Next time...